. Kumo Publishing . NA
PS3613.O344M63 2015 (Carlson Fable Collection, BIC bldg)
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Here are eighteen stories in which animals act in very human ways. One rabbit tricks another into letting the former sleep with the latter's Wife. Horse and donkey get used to slavery, but in different ways. Mice torment a cat but their ploys end up sharpening the cats claws, and they pay for their mistake. A frog talks a fish into committing to live on land and laughs as the fish dies. These unillustrated fables show good imagination.